Two; But there are differences among experts in Islamic law about the abolition of ablution (wudu) due to sleep. Imam Malik sees the nature of sleep, if his sleep is deep sleep (when sleeping someone cannot feel what is happening around him) then it can cancel the ablution, but if the sleep is not sound, then it cannot damage ablution (wudu). Ash-Shafi’i sees the nature of the person who sleeps, if the person falls asleep and his buttocks touch the ground, then the ablution is not damaged, and vice versa. Abu Hanifah said, “If someone sleeps in a position like he is praying (standing, sitting or prostration), then the ablution is not null, and vice versa. Ahmad said, “If someone sleeps in a sitting or standing position, then ablution (wudu) is not damaged, and vice versa.”
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